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Partnership for the Public GoodThe Public Good 12/11/2012 Niagara Organizing Alliance for Hope

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The Partnership for the Public Good hosts a weekly radio show, the Public Good, each Tuesday from 1:00 to 1:30pm on WUFO AM 1080. Each week will feature a PPG Partner or other person working toward the public good and discuss some of the region's hottest issues. Hosted by PPG co-director Sam Magavern.

This week's guest:
Peter Hubbard from the Niagara Organizing Alliance for Hope, or NOAH, talks about how one wealthy, well-connected real estate developer from New York City is stymying progress toward redeveloping Niagara Falls.



This audio is part of the collection: The Partnership for the Public Good
It also belongs to collection: News & Public Affairs

Artist/Composer: Partnership for the Public Good
Keywords: Partnership for the Public Good; Sam Magavern; Niagara Oganizing Alliance for Hope


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